Statutory Information

SATS Results for Key Stage 2 - 2016


 
  Meeting the 
expected standard
Working at
greater depth
Average scaled score 
(100 is the expected standard.)

Reading
 
81% 38% 105

Writing (teacher assessed)
 
69% 19%  

Grammar, punctuation
and spelling

 
75% 13% 102

Maths
 
81% 13% 103



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PE and Sports Grant 2015-2016


For the academic year 2015 – 2016, the school received £8610. The objectives for the year were as follows:
 
  • To develop staff skills and knowledge in leading PE
  • Participate consistently in cluster sports events
  • Provide new kit for school teams
  • To offer a wide variety of sporting opportunities both within and outside of the curriculum which engage the less active pupils

Staff knowledge and confidence has continued to improve through the use of the Real PE scheme. Further training took place for all teachers ensuring their individual needs were met. The school was committed to entering an increasing number of events, and due to extra coaching and training achieved better results. New kit has been purchsed for football and rugby.  Young Leaders were chosen for PE.  They attended a training day in April and are now successfully running clubs at lunchtimes for both Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils. 


PE Action Plan 2016-2017

£8,555 has been received for school sports funding 2016-2017.

The action plan below sets out key priorities.
 

Objective

Actions

Responsibility

Budget

Outcomes

To develop staff skills and knowledge in delivering and leading PE. To employ coaches to deliver PE curriculum sessions
  • All teaching staff to team teach tennis for a term with Beth Gibb. (Towcester Tennis Club)
  • Specialists staff delivering PE lessons.
  • Observation of specialist coach by all teachers to improve their own teaching.
Head teacher/PE Leader £6500 Teachers confident to teach tennis and associated skills development.
Participate consistently in cluster sport events
  • To liaise termly with Linda Yuill (Sponne School Sports Partnership Leader).
  • Develop thirst for competitive sport, begin to understanding the feelings of winning and losing.
  • Develop skills essential to playing as part of a team.
  • Provide transportation to and from events, when appropriate.
PE Leader £1200 Record the children who participate in these events
Record the positions and achievements in these events
         
To offer a wide variety of sporting opportunities both within and outside of the curriculum which engage the less active pupils
  • Survey pupils to gain an insight into the types of clubs pupils would like to participate in 
  • Use PE tracker to identify pupils who have not yet particiapted in any clubs, and encourage them to participate 
  • School to partially subsidize clubs to make them more affordable for all.
PE Leader £855 Feedback from children.
Record of participation within each class.
School target of 100% of pupils to have particiapted in at least one event or club

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium funding is paid directly to schools from the Government, for each child who is entitled to receive Free School Meals or who has been entitled to over the last six years, and for any Looked After Children or Service Children.

This additional funding is designed to help to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

Greens Norton CE School regularly assesses the needs of these pupils, and provides support both academically and pastorally where appropriate.

In 2015 – 2016 the school received £8220. The funding was allocated for the following;
 
  • To provide additional teaching assistant time in class to support individuals and groups
  • To fund additional tutoring with a qualified teacher
  • To ensure equality of access to enrichment beyond the curriculum, including providing music tuition
  • To pay for educational visits for eligible pupils

All pupils made progress in line with their peers from their own starting point. 

For the academic year 2016 - 2017 the school received £7480. The allocation will be spent in the following ways:
  • To provide additional teaching assistant time to support individuals and groups with both academic work and pupil well-being
  • To fund additional tutoring with a qualified teacher
  • To ensure equality of access to enrichment beyond the curriculum, including providing music tuition
  • To pay for educational visits for eligible pupils and wrap around care